Upson County Clerk of Superior Court
116 W. Main St.
PO Box 469
Thomaston, GA 30286
Contact: Teresa Harper
Teresa Harper-Clerk Of Superior
Linda Hallman-Deputy Clerk
Crystal Burks-Deputy Clerk
Jennifer Calvert-Deputy Clerk
Bria Davis-Deputy Clerk
Upson County Constitutional Officers announce College Scholarships. Click Here for details and application.
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Note to Financial Institutions: The Upson County Clerk's Office is proud to announce that we will begin E-filing UCC financing statements on Monday, June 10,2013. A UCC E-filing training session will be held Monday, June 3, 2013 at the Courthouse in the Grand Jury Room at 10:00 am. For more information or to reserve your spot, please contact Jenny Calvert or Bria Davis at the Upson County Clerk's Office at (706) 647-7835 or email Teresa Harper at email@example.com.
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Effective June 1, 2012, please use the Revised Domestic Relations Standing Order. Please Click Here to view and print the order.
The Clerk of Court is a Constitutional Elected Officer elected by the voters of their county to serve a four-year term. The Clerk of Superior Court and all employees are first and foremost public servants each and every day. The office of the Clerk of Superior Court performs a wide range of record keeping, information management and financial management functions in the judicial system. This office also provides court support to each superior court judge. In general, the Clerk’s responsibilities as mandated by the Georgia State Code are to:
File, record and index all documents related to real estate and personal property transactions in the county.
To file and maintain criminal and civil dockets as well as dockets on domestic suits.
To attend to the needs of the court in the performance of the duties of the clerk
To keep in the Clerk’s office all documents, records, microfilm and dockets and all other things required by the Georgia Codes; and
To perform all other duties required by Georgia Law under code section 15-6-61.